New York passed the first electronics right-to-repair law in the U.S., which Right to Repair advocates hope indicates a greater sea change.
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In comments submitted to the Copyright Office, MITA argues that allowing unregulated ISOs to access the technology that operates medical imaging devices would create safety and security risks for patients.Read More
This week, the U.S. Copyright Office submitted new exemptions to Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act that relate to the repair of digital devices, including medical equipment.Read More
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has unanimously voted to ramp up law enforcement against repair restrictions that prevent entities from fixing their own electronic and automotive devices. Could this affect the medical Right to Repair movement? Perhaps, advocates say.Read More
President Joe Biden signed a wide-ranging executive order on Friday, July 9, to “promote competition in the American economy.” But will such liberties be applied to the medical device sector?Read More
Steve Wozniak recorded a video message on Cameo in which he talks about why he personally believes in the right-to-repair movement and how its principles were what allowed Apple to succeed as a company, reports CNN.Read More